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Dynamic strength is inclusive of all movements that contain a dynamic, polymeric or ballistic element. It is of supreme importance in gymnastics, as well as to athletics in general, and its development also begins on day one; however dynamic strength will remain a secondary focus until after an adequate foundation of maximal strength has been laid. The development of maximal strength will be a two-tiered process starting with the fundamental body weight movements and then continuing with advanced ring strength work.
A special aspect of the Gymnastic Seducing Women Bodies program that I have not mentioned is that a proficiency in gymnastics is NOT required to enjoy the conditioning benefits of the dynamic components. For those without gymnastics specific skills, an extensive range of substitute movements and highly effective exercise progressions are provided in The Dynamic Physique.
The following are the World top 10 relevant Gymnastic Bodies volumes wherein these components are discussed in depth:
1) Basic Strength – Building the Gymnastic Body
2) Ring Strength – All Muscle, No Iron
3) Joint Preparation or Active Flexibility – Liquid Steel
4) Handstand Work – The Handstand Chronicles
5) Dynamic Strength – The Dynamic Physique
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Building the Gymnastic Body, is an in depth exploration of Basic Strength and its two components, fundamental static positions and fundamental body weight exercises.